There's a perpetual licence
The chairman of Huawei is confident that its relationship with ARM will not only continue, but will thrive.
Or just a mission improbable
Sources at the Advance Intelligence conference in Shanghai tell Fudzilla that it is still making overtures to the USA and that behind the scenes some little progress is being made.
Diamond rougher than rough, tougher than tough
Huawei rolled in an interesting Brit at the Advanced Intelligence conference here in Shanghai to explain how Huawei is helping to detect influences on our planet from the deepest edges of space.
It's computing, Jim, but not as we know it
Ken Hu, deputy chairman of Huawei, kicked off the Advanced Intelligence conference here in Shanghai by “keynoting” about the future of computing.
Accident or emergency?
China computing giant Huawei took us to the city of Wuxi, north of Shanghai, to demo a system already adopted by Audi as a "standard".
Advance Intelligence: ARMed and ready?
At a press conference here in Shanghai, a senior executive at Huawei suggested that Intel and X86 CPUs aren't up to coping with heavy lifting.
Review: Cute little phone that won't break the bank
A month or two back I attended the launch of the Honor 20 series in Battersea where the company showed off a number of phones including the Honor 20 Lite, the baby of the family.
Mike Magee Rave Catch the moment
I volunteered earlier this week to take part in an experiment conducted by Oxford University boffins. It was highly alarming. I won't give specific details because I think it is intended to help and not harm people.
Chinese firm caught between ROC and hard place
While US semiconductor firms Intel and AMD and others are effectively banned from shipping their technology to Chinese giant Huawei, another firm could fill the X86 processor hole in its motherboards.